The World According to Desserts

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    Here's to a sweet trip: From Guinness cakes to decadent tarts, there's a dessert somewhere in the world to suit every taste bud!

    Uiro, the Japanese steam cakes come in varied flavors like green tea, strawberry and chestnut.

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    Meghli, the traditional Lebanese dessert is commonly served to celebrate Christmas or the birth of a child.

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    Griesmeel Pudding is similar to a rice pudding. The name 'gries' phonetically forms the first syllable for the verb 'griezelen' or 'shudder in horror', which made kids run away from it!

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    Capuchinos are little yellow cones you're sure to find at every Cuban bakery. Primarily made with egg yolks and soaked in a very sweet sugar syrup.

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    Brigadeiro is basically a Brazilian chocolate bonbon that was created all the way back in 1940s!

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    Kashata Na Nazi, a coconut candy can be made with just four ingredients!

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    Did you know the origin of Pavlova, a dessert named after the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova, has been a source of friendly argument between Australia and New Zealand for many years - with each claiming the dessert originated in their country.

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